BioShock Infinite DLC Clashes in the Clouds Today, Returns to Rapture Later


BioShock Infinite‘s season of post-launch downloadable content begins today with the Steam, PSN and Xbox Live release of Clash in the Clouds, a small add-on armed with tough combat-based challenges, sold separately for $5.

BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds, developed by Irrational Games, is an action-focused downloadable content pack that presents players with a series of unique, intense challenges and a whole new gambit of combat opportunities. Players will combine a diverse toolset of weapons, Vigors, gear, Tears and Sky-Lines in four new areas inspired by the classic BioShock Infinite environments. In addition, by completing all 60 Blue Ribbon challenges, players will unlock exclusives in the Columbian Archeological Society, gaining access to new Voxophones, Kinetoscopes, concept art and more.

Clash in the Clouds really is just filler for the DLC main event to come, Burial at Sea, a two-part campaign that tells a new story about Booker and Elizabeth’s time in Rapture before the underwater city goes to hell in a handbasket.

Each part in the Burial at Sea DLC campaign will cost $15.00, but with the Season Pass both parts will be included along with Clash in the Clouds for only $19.99. So that’s a savings of $15 compared to what it will cost to download everything individually.

The first episode of Burial at Sea is coming soon, but no specific release dates have been announced.

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